Details for Application Developer (Duluth, GA): Gather & analyze business & technical
Application Developer (Duluth, GA): Gather & analyze business & technical requirements; plan testing criteria such as Integration Testing User Acceptance Testing for the application; develop software solutions to meet customers need; create & implement the source code of new application & provide on-going support; as well as test source code & debugging codes. Travel to various unanticipated client sites. Reqs Bachelors deg. (or equiv. qual. through comb. of edu., training, &/or exp. of at least 2 yrs. vocational exp. in IT) in Computer Science, Technology, CIS, or rel. with 2 yrs. of experience in at least 7 technologies from the following list: Visual Studio, MSSQL, VB.Net, ASP.Net, Oracle, SQL Server, Stored Procedures, C#, .Net, MVC, & SSRS.. Apply HR, Novalink Solutions, LLC, 2180 Satellite Blvd., Suite 400, Duluth, GA-30097.
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